Ohio to phase out exams in favor of common core tests

06/5/2014 | Plain Dealer (Cleveland), The

During the next few years, Ohio will phase out its existing graduation tests in favor of exams aligned with the Common Core State Standards. State lawmakers also have approved alternate paths to graduation for students with high SAT and ACT test scores and students who earn vocational credentials. The current exams will remain in place for current high-school students, but those entering the ninth grade in the fall will be tested under the new system.

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